Reality (La Boum soundtrack) description
Reality is a song by Richard Anderson from the soundtract of the movie La Boum. The music was written by Vladimir Cosma, with Richard Sanderson singing the song "Reality". The song Reality becomes No. 1 in fifteen countries, including France, Germany, Austria, Italy and Switzerland and sells eight million copies all around Europe and Asia. Reality is well known in Germany and it has been covered multiple times on DSDS, the German version of American Idol. Show Reality (La Boum soundtrack) piano sheet
Richard Sanderson description
Richard Sanderson is a British singer, best known for his hit songs Reality, So Many Ways and She's a Lady.
Born in England, with a Scottish father playing drums and a French mother playing the accordion, he was inspired very young to love music and become a musician.
He starts playing classical music on the piano at five. At fifteen, he studies guitar and two years later becomes the organ player of a local rock band, Lover's Love. The band releases 4four singles, one of them being Youth Has Gone (Amour De Papier), a song that he would revisit years later, Find a Reason Why. Three years later he becomes the official pianist of Nancy Hollaway and David Christie. At twenty one he has his own band and plays in hotels all around the world. He then leaves for the United States and plays with different bands while studying harmo... More piano sheets by Richard Sanderson
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